"Take me! I am the hallucinogenic!"

Wherein I post sketches and art things, as well as sharing the comics on my bookshelf. I am an amateur artist.

This isn't my primary blog, so I cannot follow back.

Quote by Salvador Dali.
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Send a number to my ask box along with a character of your choice, and I’ll draw up the ensuing ensemble! (If the character chosen wouldn’t wear the option given… go ahead and sub in something else!)


  1. Underwear
  2. Casual clothes
  3. Work uniform
  4. Night clothes
  5. Swimwear
  6. Formal gala garb
  7. Lounging, lazy-time stuff
  8. A party outfit
  9. Date night threads
  10. Something outdoorsy
  11. Interview outfit
  12. Tourist/travel wear
  13. A costume!
  14. Their sick day scrubs
  15. Summer clothes
  16. Winter clothes
  17. Um, spring clothes?
  18. Why not - fall clothes!
  19. Workout wear
  20. Last minute throw-ons
  21. The most expensive thing they own
  22. A fig leaf

Feel free to add, subtract, or alter as you please to fit your character bunch!


Mana you should do this

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I really need to make that watermark. At least it will look legit and decent, instead of the ugly paint job I had to do just now.

The logo in question (with ugly watermark rushedly painted on onemotion.com).

Cannot be used by others. Designed for Kawaii Crafty, an independently run business in Rochester, NY specializing in jewelry and crafts. Very cute work, and the owner is pleasant and honest. You can buy (and commission) from her etsy store.

I think he’s rather cute.

Legit the best thing.

Legit the best thing.

rowantheanimator said: talk to Robin, my girlfriend. She’s a graphic designer, and she knows about professional payment. you can find her easily from my facebook.

Thank you. I will. I’ll lay out the situation to her and see what she has to say.

Created a logo for what is supposed to be my first paid commission, and still trying to figure out when it is appropriate to ask for the payment. I do think I will need to drop the cost seeing as I promised more items than I delivered, and fair is fair.

I learned a lot from this. Such as keep in better touch with the client during the process, make certain you have a functional scanner and a back-up plan for it, if you’re not 100% certain you can deliver on something then don’t offer that part. What could go wrong did go wrong. Laptop acted up, needed to download the free Adobe CC and install PS on my mother’s laptop, and still got CS5 (which I am uncomfortable with) instead of CS6. Staples gave me the worst quality scan (thanks to mine acting up), forcing me to take a macro photo of the drawing. Waste of $2.22, thanks for nothing Staples. Then I could not get all of the functions on PS CS5 to, well, function. 

At least I learned. I still like what I made and I’m rather proud of how it turned out. As soon as I make the watermark, I’ll post the logo with a link to the shop it was made for. 

Also, cleaning up for a .png is hard and not something I want to do again. Couldn’t even bring myself to send it with what the end result was. I’ll keep playing with it until it actually looks smooth. 

I want to introduce “Little Nemo in Slumberland” by Winsor McCay. It was an American newspaper comic strip that ran in the early 1900s about Nemo, a little boy, who goes to this fantastical world, Slumberland. The art is well crafted, and the layouts are generally simple but extremely effective (downside is the small lettering). The content and art does get surreal at times. I recommend the 1989 movie as well. You can read the comics here for free.

Drawn with my non-dominant hand. Page 1 of a WIP comic short.

Fashion redesign of a character from a Soviet era cartoon.

Can’t sleep? Work on monster thing.

Design needs tweaking.

Proof of work & sneak peak for comic project.
1st and 2nd attempt - look at that difference.


Reblog this, I’ll try to draw a character based off your blog!

My drawing blog wants a drawing of it <3

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